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plates@larimer.org does not get me anywhere!!!

Dorianne 2 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Gregg Turnbull 2 months ago 1
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Gregg Turnbull 2 months ago

Forwarded to Vehicle Licensing Team. They are reaching out directly.

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The "track your vote" link just goes to the "check your registration" page.

Carol M. 2 years ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Patricia Mannos 2 months ago 7
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Gregg Turnbull 2 years ago

Hello Carol,
Sorry for the confusion in my first response - as I too was unaware of the limitation of tracking only mail in ballots. I have confirmed with the Elections team and have updated the links on our voting page and our Voting FAQ page to better indicate the ability of the states system in tracking only ballots cast by mail.

(links updated on votelarimer.org -and- larimer.org/clerk/elections)

(update to Election FAQ page)

Thank you again for the feedback.

Cheers,

Gregg

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Not a bug

track ballot is still not fixed. it goes to check registration page instead

Kelly 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Gregg Turnbull 2 months ago 2
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Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago

The 'Track Ballot' service is indeed performed on the states website that confirms registration. 


If you provide your information on https://www.sos.state.co.us/voter/pages/pub/olvr/findVoterReg.xhtml, the page provides a Ballot Information Tab which, for me appears like this:

As the ballot is is dropped off, and tallied the status will update on this page.

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Add Handicap Placard Replacement to your main page under "Vehicle Licensing". Have a drop down box indicating what dcouments need to be attached for renewing placards.

limhoff2 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) 0

It would be helpful to have a list of required documents when renewing handicap placards online.  I ended up attaching photos of the front and back of the completed renewal notice as well as the vehicle placard registration cards..

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Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago

Hello Lisa,

I am sorry we do not enough details to respond to your question. If you have more details, such as date and location - as well as the County organizations involved, I can pass the request on.

Thank you for your feedback,


Cheers,

Gregg


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armijorene6 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) 0
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Property Access Denial & No Option for Cameron Peak Fire Credentials

lpanepinto 3 months ago in Website (larimer.org) updated by Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago 5
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Gregg Turnbull 3 months ago

I have just heard back from EOM, and have updated the website to read as follows:

When / Where:

We have been issuing credentials on a proactive basis due to the fact that it can be harder to connect with folks once they have left the area. Credentials also helped to speed up the process for people accessing the area if it was safe to do so.

However, due to the extent of people impacted by evacuations in Larimer County at this time, it is no longer feasible to issue credentials in this way. The true intent of the credential is for use when we conduct re-entry operations (which is a time in which residents are allowed temporarily into the area after the fire has moved through to conduct assessments with insurance providers. If people need to access the area, and it is being allowed at the time and is safe to do so, people will still be able to access their property if they have documentation that proves proof of ownership.

We ask that they call (970) 980-2500 to find out whether access is being provided prior to traveling to a check point.


We are working on standing up additional credentialing opportunities for areas that will need them when we can next week